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Re: CVS Update Behaviour

From: Kaz Kylheku
Subject: Re: CVS Update Behaviour
Date: Mon, 25 Feb 2002 12:52:21 GMT
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In article <address@hidden>, Nagy Gabor wrote:
>On 02-Feb-22 14:14, Greg A. Woods wrote:
>> No, you're full of crap too if you think that's a necessary feature.
>Frankly. Why does it hurt you that someone else needs something else from
>your favourite tool?
>I think renaming and moving files accross directories is nice to have.
>I don't think it is necessary, in a way that I can live without this

But then, there is a surprising lot that human beings can live
without. You could wear a loincloth and live in a cave, hunting your
dinner using sticks and stones, and not year for, nor even know, anything

Since, therefore, civilization itself is not a necessary feature, it's
pointless to squabble over whether directory versioning in a version
control system is necessary. Progress is not created by necessity,
but just by doing cool stuff for the hell of it, and for convenience
and profit.

>And I still long for the mapping of entities to filenames.

I don't any more.

Meta-CVS: version control with directory structure versioning over top of CVS.

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